Call for Application: Asylum & Migration Impact Lab - Supporting social change in Central Eastern Europe
European Dialogue Forum
Asylum & Migration Impact Lab
Supporting social change in Central Eastern Europe
27-28 January 2017, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
The European Dialogue Forum in Berlin is looking for innovative ideas, projects and people working to encourage positive social change in Central Eastern Europe and to promote a better understanding and acceptance of migrants and refugees in the region.
The European Dialogue Forum is a project of the Hertie Foundation in the framework of the Hertie-Innovationskolleg – Center for Advanced Practitioners. Its goal is to foster the dialogue between Western and Eastern Member States of the European Union on common European challenges and offer a platform for innovative social solutions. This year, the focus of the European Dialogue Forum is “Asylum and Migration”.
For our Impact Lab we invite professionals from or interested in Central and Eastern Europe, working on innovative projects around the topic of „Asylum and Migration“ to come together, exchange, inspire and be inspired. To this exchange, we contribute with workshops to support the development and implementation of the ideas and projects:
- You will be able to participate in skills workshops for scaling up impact and engaging with stakeholders in your topic area
- You will meet and exchange with like-minded people and projects from other Central Eastern European countries
- You will have the opportunity to pitch your project to a German audience of NGOs, media and donors, and contribute your own ideas regarding the needs and trends of initiatives such as yours in the CEE region
Who can apply?
We welcome applications by any professional working for NGOs, social enterprises, media, politics or public administration, on grass-roots projects, blogs - or any other innovative approaches – who aim to contribute to more tolerant, open and democratic societies. Your work might be connected directly to migrants or refugees, and/or might involve activities to help communities better understand and tackle issues related to these groups.
For participants not residing in Germany, travel costs of up to 150, - EUR can be covered. If you would need accommodation in Berlin, please state that in your application. As we would like to give as many professionals as possible the chance to attend, we would appreciate it if - where possible - participants find alternative ways to cover travel expenses and accommodation.
Please note that the number of places is limited. Application deadline for the workshop is: Tuesday, 20th of December 2016.
In case of inquiries, please contact the project lead Anca Oprisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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